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i noticed on my track today in a few spots on the very outside where the outside idler wheels run on it, that the rubber was peeling and snow got inside and made a little bubble in the rubber. it is only a very thin layer of rubber and the spots are only about the size of a loonie, so they aren't very big. will this have any negative effects on the track? and did anyone have this happen? i will get some pictures and post in the next day or two.
 

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here's a pic of what im talking about
 

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Drill the track then you will no place for snow to stick and do that.
 

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i didnt think that it would have an effect on track durability, just making sure. as for drilling the track that could be a posibility for the future but not for now, i have to go away for college for the next 2 years so the sled will hardly be used and mabey after im finished and got a job i would get some serious mods done to it. i badly need new skis and a new seat (the foam is trashed)but i am going to make due with what i got for this season, i have always wanted to drop an 800 tripple in my rev. mabey i could pick up an older mach z and make the swap.
but that will have to wait for now
 
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